Pivoting - Installation guide of "pivot-host-1"

Get required files:
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IPCop 2.1.8 (ipcop-2.1.8-install-cd.i486.iso):

Install IPCop on VirtualBox
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Start "Oracle VM VirtualBox" if not already started
- Click "New"
Name: "pivot-host-1"
Type: "Linux"
Version: "Linux 2.4 (32-bit)"
- Click "Next >"
MB: "128"
- Click "Next >"
Select "Create a virtual hard drive now" (Default)
- Click "Create"
- Select "VDI (VirtualBox Disk Image)" and Click "Next >"
- Select "Dynamically allocated" and Click "Next >"
- "F:\VIRTUALBOX_DISKS\pivot-host-1.vdi" (your location could differ)
- "4.00 GB" (Default)
- Click "Create"
Note: A new icon "pivot-host-1" was created in your "Oracle VM VirtualBox Manager"

Note: Leave settings at default unless otherwise stated below
Note: I'm showing some important settings even though they are defaults, in case the defaults change some day
- Right-click "pivot-host-1" in the left menu and click "Settings..."
Storage - Left-Click "Empty" to select it
On the far right, click on the blue tiny CD-Rom icon and click "Choose a virtual CD/DVD disk file..."
Select "D:\APPS\Linux - IPCop\ipcop-2.1.8-install-cd.i486.iso" (choose your appropriate folder)
Network - Adapter 1 - Attached to: "Bridged Adapter"
Network - Adapter 2 - Tick "Enable Network Adapter"
Network - Adapter 2 - Attached to: "Bridged Adapter"
- Click "OK" to close the "target-1-alpine - Settings" screen

- Right-click "pivot-host-1" in the left menu and click "Start" -> "Normal Start"
Note: A new screen "pivot-host-1 [Running] - Oracle VM VirtualBox" opens and the Kali Linux installer will boot.
In the "pivot-host-1 [Running] - Oracle VM VirtualBox" screen:

At the "boot:" prompt, press your enter key
English: press enter
Ok: press enter
us: press enter
CET: press enter
Date and time: highlight "skip" (press tab three times) and press enter
sda: VBOX HARDDISK: press enter
Disk Installation: highlight "ok" (press right-arrow) and press enter
HardDisk: press enter
Backup: highlight "skip" (press tab three times) and press enter
Congratulations!: press enter
hostname: pivot-host-1
localdomain: press enter
RED interface: highlight "Static" (press down-arrow 5 times) and press space, then highlight "Ok" and press enter
Advanced Micro Devices: press enter
GREEN: press enter
Advanced Micro Devices: press enter
RED: press enter
Advanced Micro Devices: highlight "Done" (3x tab) and press enter
IP address of GREEN: 10.123.1.210
Network mask of GREEN: 255.255.255.0
Highlight "Ok" and press enter
IP address of RED: 10.2.1.1
Network mask of RED: 255.255.255.0
Highlight "Ok" and press enter
DNS and Gateway settings
Primary DNS: 10.123.1.1 (use your network settings) -> highlight "Ok" and press enter
Default Gateway: 10.123.1.1 (use your network settings) -> highlight "Ok" and press enter
DHCP server configuration: highlight "Skip" (5x tab) and press enter
Password: pivot1_root_pass
Again: pivot1_root_pass
Highlight "Ok" and press enter
Password: pivot1_root_pass
Again: pivot1_root_pass
Highlight "Ok" and press enter
Password: pivot1_root_pass
Again: pivot1_root_pass
Highlight "Ok" and press enter
Congratulations: press enter

At the "pivot-host-1 login:" prompt, login with user "root" and pass "pivot1_root_pass"
At the "root@pivot-host-1:~ #" prompt, type:
wget --no-check-certificate https://www.jollyfrogs.com/scripts/pivot-host-1.sh
chmod +x pivot-host-1.sh
./pivot-host-1.sh
Note: The script will automatically make necessary changes and reboot the server

Note: After rebooting, pivot-host-1 is ready for the pivot tutorial

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